Chinese Premier and British Prime Minister Annual Meeting

Chinese Premier and British Prime Minister Annual Meeting

Li Keqiang holds the Annual Meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May after the celebration ceremony and here below summarized their main discussion:


– Respect each other and consolidate political mutual trust. The close high-level exchanges should bring into full play to the top-level design role of the high-level dialogue mechanism such as the annual meeting of the prime minister. Plan the cooperation at their own discretion.


– Strengthen the docking of development strategies and expand two-way opening up. We will step up cooperation in the “Belt and Road”, nuclear power, high-speed railway, finance, high-tech trade and third-party markets. Expand bilateral investment and upgrade the proportion of high-tech products in bilateral trade. China is ready to examine in due time the preparations for starting the “Shanghai-London pass.”


– Continuously improve the exchange pattern of “culture and humanities” between China and Britain, and keep in close contact in personnel exchanges.


Teresa May said that I would like to use this visit to further enhance the comprehensive strategic partnership for the UK and China entering the “golden age.” The British side is willing to promote cooperation with China in the Belt and Road initiative and explore cooperation in such fields as innovation, finance, intellectual property protection and artificial intelligence. The British side welcomes China’s efforts to expand investment in the UK and humanities exchanges.


After the talks, the prime ministers of the two countries witnessed the signing of a number of bilateral cooperation documents in the fields of economy, trade, finance, aviation, customs, health, inspection and quarantine, and smart cities.

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